Epson enhances SureColor portfolio
New printer offers faster, higher-quality printing direct to garment
Printing and imaging solutions vendor Epson, has unveiled a new direct-to-garment printer, capable of making high-quality full colour prints on a range of items including t-shirts, sweatshirts, polo shirts and tote bags.
The vendor's SureColor SC-F2100 will replace the existing SC-F2000 model and offers a host of enhancements and new features including improved speed and reliability, lower targeted total cost of ownership (TCO) and the ability for one to create their own print designs using Epson's Garment Creator software.
According to Epson, the SC-F2100 is aimed at small to medium businesses who want to add direct-to-garment printing to their services, such as production t-shirt printers, online t-shirt retailers, high and low-volume print companies, as well as corporates who want to produce their own branded workwear or promotional items.
Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East: "Our first direct-to-garment printer was a great success, so following it up was always going to be a challenge. With the SC-F2100, however, we have managed to improve in every area and it's faster, higher quality and more versatile, with software that makes it easy for you create your own unique designs. And all of that is backed up with quicker, easier maintenance and a lower targeted TCO."
This new DTG printer provides a complete Epson solution including printer, printhead, ink, software and warranty, meaning the users can be assured that all parts have been designed and extensively tested to work optimally together. It offers speedier results than its predecessor, with additional fast print modes and improved ink circulation for quicker start-up, and incorporates improved screening for smoother reproduction of images and a wider gamut than the previous model.
The SC-F2100 is available from March 2018.